This is what I see if I look up from the monitor. The lake side is all glass sliding doors, and I'm computerating on a table in front of two glass sliding doors - so essentially four huge windows. Another one is to my right (with a falling-apart CD tower to its left and a table for mailing Combat Cards to its right). I slide a door open, stagger out, and take pictures - usually with the camera upside down as it's easier to press the shutter button that way.
The house is bizarre and problematic in many ways, but I need a view of some kind, and I need great bodies of water, so I'm willing to overlook a lot. Like the water coming directly from a pipe in the lake ===:O And bits falling off it. And the electricity is funny, both in the house (jiggle the plug) and the area (trees fall on the wires and take the power out). And the boiler, which has a picture of a rabbit on it, has not worked consistently and without fail for even one full year.
One sets one's priorities, and mine are visual.
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